The heaviest of kraft wrapping stock, 50lb kraft paper has the closest weight to Butcher paper. It is a type of coarse, sturdy paper, ideal for wrapping meat, fish, table cover, pouches, bags. It can be treated with sizing for wet strength and leak resistance. 100% post-consumer recycled.
60lb-65lb kraft paper, thin but durable, not water-resistant. Can be post-consumer recycled or virgin (see sellers for the stock specs). Recycled is not as strong and tear-resistant as virgin natural kraft, but it is more environmentally friendly and still carries enough strength.
Small to medium-size grocery, retail items bags, tapes, labels, stickers, stationery.
An ultra-thin semi-gloss paper with a soft sheen on both sides. The coating makes printed inks look deep and bright, while the non-reflective surface is convenient for reading. Printed inks may give a more glossy appearance to the paper.
Catalogs and magazines, sell sheets, coupon sheets, stickers, labels.
60lb Dull paper has less coating than gloss paper. Appears “semi-gloss” or “light gloss” with enough coating to add thickness and smoothness to the paper. Has almost no glare and a very small sheen on printed areas. Thin enough to be used as wrapping material.
A thin clear PET film, more expensive than PVC but, unlike PVC, it is environmentally friendly, designed to withstand harsh impacts, UV and extreme temperatures. It is safer for storing materials, especially food.
labels and stickers for blisters, trays, containers interior/exterior applications, food items, retail, electronics.
A thin, premium metalized film with a mirror-like finish. If you order it as a label or sticker, it conforms to flat surfaces, simple curves, and corrugations. Colors vary by seller. We recommend a thicker (3-4mil) film for a smoother application for large format decals.
White Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene film is oil and water-resistant. BOPP is lightly cheaper than PVC. It is ideal for light to medium-weight consignments. It is firm, but not suitable for temperatures that are too high or too low.
Labels for bottles, cans, and food packaging to withstand wet, oily, high wear and tear conditions.